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BBC film crew broke big ‘no interference’ rule after spotting problem while filming penguins

People still can't get over the 'wholesome' moment a BBC film crew broke its 'no interference' rule to help save some penguins.A BBC film crew were in Antarctica recording for David Attenborough's series Dynasties when a group of penguins ended up stuck in a ravine. Prepare for your initial tears of distress to turn into tears of joy:In the programme, the penguins can be seen stuck in a ravine, some of them already having died.It's a horrific and heartbreaking sight to see, and left the BBC camera crew torn between heart and head - a 'cardinal rule' for wildlife observers to not interfere with the course of nature.Thankfully, after agonising deliberation, the crew decided to go against the rule and help, in what BBC Earth described as an 'unprecedented move'.The Dynasties crew took to the ravine and dug some steps which they hoped the penguins would then use to get out. Thankfully, the plan worked, and the penguins waddled their way over and managed to escape.IMPORTANT!
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